Do you enjoy exercise and making a difference in other people's lives? We run Exercise Classes four days per week and our Exercise Assistant roles are available for short and long programs that are run during the year across 3 locations. Emergency and fill in roles are also available during the year. As this is a popular volunteering activity, we also maintain a waiting list so please enquire if interested.
We value the experiences, skills and knowledge of our Volunteers and are curious to find individuals wanting to share their special hobby or skill with our residents. This role would suit anyone wanting to volunteer and work alongside or teach older people living in residential aged care.
Do you enjoy hosting drinks and are happy to lend our staff a hand? We need helpers for happy hour and larger events eg: garden parties and yearly events at Faversham House. Provide residents with a smiling face, good conversation and some bubbly. Provide staff with a helping hand and support.
Engage and help serve our clients a 3 course lunch. If you love a chat and serving people (without the cooking), this could be the role for you. The role includes: setting tables, greeting clients, taking orders, serving and clearing up meals whilst engaging in conversation and you can leave the dishes to us.
BINGO! Are you loud, energetic & can get a crowd excited? We need your help to call out the Bingo numbers. Why not have a little fun with our residents and get them engaged in this social activity.
Are you bilingual or multilingual? This role provides you with an opportunity to socialise with an elder resident and converse in their natural language. Regular visits can be over a cup of tea or coffee, during a walk in the fresh air or whilst you are participating in a puzzle, game or craft activity.
Assisting the mini bus driver with directions. Assisting elderly clients on and off the bus. Provide social interaction and support on their day outing.
Become one of our Volunteer Visitors and we will pair you with a resident that you can meet regularly for a bit of a chat over tea or coffee, a walk in the fresh air, or enjoy working on puzzles, games or craft activities together. You can make a positive impact in a residents life by providing them with the opportunity to socialize with new people and develop friendship.